Omar, who had praised Modi on Wednesday for inviting Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to his swearing-in ceremony on May 26 at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, said, “Hopefully foreign policy, water sharing agreements & things like these can be dictated by what is in the national interest now onwards.”

Taking a jibe at the regional parties with 30 plus Members of Parliament, Omar said it must be a strange feeling for parties like the AIADMK and Trinamool Congress since they would have no say in the Centre despite winning an adequate mandate in their respective regions.

“It must feel so strange for regional leaders with 30+ MPs to have no say in Delhi. Earlier they would sneeze & the Center'd catch a cold,” Omar tweeted on Thursday.

The ruling National Conference in Jammu and Kashmir could not even manage to open its account in the recently concluded general elections that gave a crystal clear mandate to Modi-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA).


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